Love this 10x14" ad for the movie "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" starring, Frank Sinatra, Esther Williams and Gene Kelly. This is in nice vintage condition and was removed from a 1949 Life magazine. With 9 hit songs and directed by Busby Berkeley it was M-G-M's '49 Springtime musical. Great pin-up shot of Williams and 6 scenes from the movie make this a great piece to frame for your retro movie theater ;)
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Returns & exchanges
We strive very hard here at TheVintageEmpress to make sure that you can tell from the descriptions and photos exactly what you are buying. Please do keep in mind that in dealing with vintage advertisements and ephemera there can be creases or folds, staple holes, some discoloration or foxing of the paper..even at times a somewhat musty smell. If you ever have any questions at all about anything we sell please do convo me and I will be more than happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have, but please do be very specific about your concerns, I will gladly take extra photos of any product you have questions about. TheVintageEmpress wants you to be very happy with your purchase, if a return is necessary the proper credit for your purchase will be given after we receive the product back, you will be responsible for return shipping charges. Please realize that once I carefully package your vintage treasure and send it off in the mail, what happens to it from then on is totally out of my control. Our ads are packed with magazine backing board, in an acid free wrap and in a padded mailer, with DO NOT BEND written on both the front and back of the package. I am not responsible for the Post Office or your Postal Carrier. I love these vintage ads just as much as you do:)